Oregon State Park across the highway from the Columbia River. There is some train noise, but we stayed 3 nights and no train noise during the night to wake us, and not too bad during the day. Sites are in the trees, so we could not get satellite service, but we have Verizon cell service. A couple of trails to go to the nearest falls from the campground. Camp hosts patrol regularly but there really were great campers here with us, no noisy neighbors while we were here. First-come-first serve campground so get here on a Thursday if you want a weekend spot!
This is a wonderful park. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 is that on the weekends you can hardly get a site in the B loop as they are all reserved far in advance. And B is the loop for almost all of the bigger rigs. It is the loop out in a beautiful meadow where you can get satellite, whereas A is in the trees, with shorter spaces. There is a walking path along the Willamette River, which runs along the edge of the B loop, and you can walk quite a long way on it. The gift shop is great, and has a museum. This time of the year, the park also sells their own veggies they raise on the property. One of our favorite Oregon State Parks!
Love this park! I'd give it a 10 but highway noise is bad. In Leavenworth, Bavarian town, lots of cool shopping and things to see, base of mountain, Oktoberfest and Winterfest are great. Friendly, lovely caretakers, great people. Good base to see Wenatchee and Cashmere (Aplets and Cotlets made there, go for the factory tour). Apple country, lots of farms with fruit, and cider. Will always stay here while in area.
Sites unlevel, hard to set up and sewer above ground too much for draining. Wi-fFi only at sites close to office. Manager charged us $3939.00 for site, put in for refund and then charged $39.00. Now our bank is having us file a dispute as we were charged the VISA 1% fee on the $3939.00 and rate of exchange fee, so the site cost us additional $53. She should have canceled the transaction, but didn't know how, BEWARE! Highway noise was extremely loud! Will never stay here again.
Very tight driveway to the sites, and we, with a 29 foot trailer and crew cab truck, probably would not fit in many spaces. We had to pay for a premium site, which was not anything above the others, but we fit. Could not get satellite TV as the trees are thick, which would be good on a hot day, but it was raining while we were there and it was quite a mess. Long narrow roads to get there once you leave Highway 2, and hard to get back on Highway 2 going east once you leave; too much traffic.
Highway noise, and the one time I checked out the restrooms it smelled liked sewer. Otherwise we found this park to be wonderful. The hosts were absolutely a delight, so helpful. We were right next to the office, with our backend on the river.
We stayed at the Quarry Pond location, across the road from the main park. As of now, it's first-come, first-served. Noisy from highway and for some reason while we were there a lot of the other campers raced by over the speed limit in loud cars frequently. NO rangers on site, perhaps that is why. Otherwise it was very good, lots of spaces. We were told it will be going to a reservation system, which will be a shame.
A great place to stay while visiting Glacier National Park. No cell coverage but if you have Verizon you can stand in their building that has a booster and get service. Host was friendly and very helpful.
Many permanent residents noisy and rude. Manager didn't care when pointed out to them. Our 29 foot trailer could only fit in one site as we are required to also put the truck in the short spaces left over from permanent residents. Sites extremely close together. Will not stay there again. Wi-fi did not work most of the time.